Choice Home Tutoring – Oxford

Choice Home Tutoring is a personalised tuition service catering for all subjects, for all ages. Whether your child is in need of a confidence boost in their learning, extra support with basic skills, such as spelling and numeracy, or extra help to pass exams, including entrance exams to independent schools or GCSE exams, we are here to provide a high-quality service based on your specific requirements. Serving the Oxford area, we can offer you an experienced, well qualified and DBS checked tutor, matching their specialism to your needs.


Liz graduated in 2001 from Imperial College, London with a PhD in Biomaterials Engineering. She then worked at Imperial as a researcher in the areas of nanotechnology, on-chip manufacture and analytical instrumentation for Nasa JPL. She gained a PGCE in 2005 from Keele University in Broad Balanced Science and began her teaching career delivering Science at secondary level. Her career spanned 10 years in various school settings, across different syllabi. She worked with SEN students as well as those with English as their second language. She also supported gifted and talented students and helped with careers advice and University applications. Liz has first-hand experience of how 1:1 tuition can hugely impact student progress both as a tutor and as a mum.

Meet Liz


Serving Oxford.

Address: 53 Mason Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 8QL

Phone: 07394 976668


Opening Hours: 
Monday 9am – 7:30pm
Tuesday 9am – 7:30pm
Wednesday 9am – 7:30pm
Thursday 9am – 7:30pm
Friday  9am – 7:30pm

“We needed a tutor for our daughter in her second year of A Levels studying Psychology. We were recommended Josephine and after a telephone introduction decided to go ahead. We are extremely pleased as is our daughter, I literally could not have picked a better match myself, which shows just how good Choice are. I’ve used tutor services before but the standard of service provided by Choice is on another level, we feel lucky to have Josephine and would recommend her in a heartbeat.”

Karen Gibson